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Tony Zambito

Why Your B2B Buyer Insights Need An Overhaul

Buyer Insights

Turns out we may be guilty of using outdated buyer insights in out marketing. The implications of that are obviously huge.  In this article, Tony Zambito guides us through this particular aspect of Digital Marketing. This installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series is for the futurists. Not the simplest of reads,


Tony Zambito

How The ‘Content Illusion’ Is Leading Marketing Astray

Another thought-provoking piece by Tony Zambito. More people and companies are falling for the ‘Content Illusion’. You already know about it, but this is a particularly interesting perspective. It is another installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. What Is The ‘Content Illusion’? In the past five years, the often-unquestioned hymnal has


Tony Zambito

6 New Approaches To Understanding Customers

customers

This piece by Tony Zambito is very thought-provoking. It looks at how digital transformation is causing us to find new ways of understanding our customers. Don’t feel much like reading, but want to watch something instead? You can scroll down to the amazing video by Gerd Leonhard or click here.  This is another installment in


Tony Zambito

Why Context, Not Content, Is King In Marketing

Context in Marketing

This piece from Tony Zambito starts off the new year with the basics of what Curatti is actually all about. Context is the differentiator in Content Marketing. This is another installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Context Is King The transformation to a digital economy has shifted behaviors considerably in the


Daniel Newman

The Top 10 Marketing Trends For 2017 [Infographic]

Marketing Trends 2017

This article by an old friend of Curatti, Daniel Newman, takes a look at the marketing trends taking shape for 2017, and is a timely installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Marketing Trends 2017 Visibility is one aspect of marketing that won’t change—regardless of the year. Marketing before and after a


Raymond Morin

Generation C: Four Generations Converge In The Workplace

Over the next five years, the new generation, Gen Z (1994-2010), will escalate its immersion into the labor market, which for the first time, will include large numbers from four generations. Might there be a clash of generations, or on the contrary, will this merger result in a social transformation of work environments? Hopefully the